Anaerobic exercise is an excellent way to build your endurance and improve your cardiovascular system. These exercises are intense, so jumping into one can be difficult. For the best results, you should start at a lower weight and increase your reps gradually. The key is to keep your heart rate at 80 percent to 90 percent of your maximum. You can determine your maximum heart rate by subtracting your current age from 220. Jump rope is a great exercise to incorporate into your routine.
The human body needs a constant supply of energy for its activities. During anaerobic exercise, the body transforms food into energy. This energy is then stored in muscles as fat and glycogen. The body has many ways to release the energy, and it adapts to different needs by using various processes. Some of these processes require oxygen, while others don’t. During anaerobic exercise, your body uses both processes to get energy from food.
One study found that aerobic exercise reduced the incidence of diabetes, osteoporosis, and obesity. It was also linked to better mental health. It has been shown to reduce feelings of anxiety, depression, and anxiety. Anaerobic exercise also benefits the cardiovascular system and builds stronger muscles. In a study of 12 young handball players, sprint intervals at 80 percent of their maximum speed increased anabolic hormone levels in their muscles, which are involved in building strength.